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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah THE TRIBUNE is tfce only Sevenday Paper published be tween Denver and San Fran cisco and contains tne only Complete TelegrapH Service in tne Rocky Mountains THE TRIBUNE lias a Xaaxgw Circulation in this City than the Entire Edition of any other Daily printed in Salt City VOX 335 SALT LAXE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY MOKBTffG DECEMBER 3 1890 PKICEFIVE CENTS A PROTRACTED STBOGeLE The Irish Feud a Parallel to the Famous Kilkenny Encounter THE PARNELLITES ARE OUTNUMBERED S AT WORK The Roundly Denounced by j Several JH Rumored j Will Itotire Compromise to lie CONDON Doo meeting of the frHh members of tho Commons to consider tin advisability of removing Parnell was re at noon famuli Urn of lho party ro arrUo Importers excluded A Miur controversy place concern Ing fhf to the deki iciius to flnlted for tho pnrposo iriiliMrirlni ttnir aotlon Kenny ul mltiud that ho cabled viows to the delo DMOII said tho Biipplomcntary oanlos aflcrMii hilcl Friday night did acrjorfl with arrangements made at John OConnor declared tho business had conducted fairly Ho justified action in issuing the manifesto the misleading lir sent tho delegates In tho United descrihod tho proceeding of Puinells opponents as Infamous Parnell was appealed to to dooldo whether the ox prcsHlnn used by Campbell was orderly Ho replied that tho country would dooldo as to their propriety recriminations woro Indulged in regarding Informal mooting lielfl Satur day HoiUy described tho action of Par cells as obstructive Parnell denounced thd remarks us Inso lent and Impertinent Thin siatomont was received with oheoni by Parnells friends answered with cheers ot derision by his op ponents Half an hour was occupied In reading telegrams from various persons In Ireland and the United States and the manifesto sent by tho delegates of tho party now In tho United States Tho reading of tho dis patohos wns frequently Interrupted by cheering J OKelly assorted that It would bo the bascnt Ingratitude for tho National ists to abandon Parnoll simply because a number of politicians who sought alHiuico with tho Irish party tor their own advan tage now thought fit to abandon the posi tion Parnoll had taken Adjourned for hinchoon Tho members reassemblod at 2 oclock Leahy said tho telegrams to Amorlcja from Sexton and others had produced a false im pression by Implying that a majority ot the loading men ot tho party wore going In one direction William Redmond said ho hoard that tho delegates cablegram was road by certain mcmibors of tho party In un English cUib and received ohonrs If Piirnoll H to ho said ho In Gods muno depose him without a matter for cheering in an English Nolans that tho question of tho retirement of Farnoll bo postponed momlioVh ascertain the views of the con was rejected Arthur OConnor advised Parnoll to with draw us hmioofortri it would bo Impossible for hlrn to hn a loader of the party Jordan ufiouswl Parnnll of suorinolng tho of nation to his insatiable pride diilpiiblo arnhitlon At 1 oclock tho meeting adjourned and upon roiiSHf in Idling Konny declared It im posslhlo Id obtain hotno rtilo without form ing an alliance with tho English party Iunioll hn said had boon otTorod an hotioriibUi compromise Chairman What was H retire temporarily but ln stoad of ueoeptlng this oflor Farncll Issued a manifesto debarring hltn from tho chair manship henceforth should a majority of his party decide that it would bo host for him to retire Why did Parnoll In Juno express Implicit belief In tho good faith of MKI Liberal party having tho Uawardon In to vv low In mind Ho Kenny had llttlo iiopo for tho futuro of the Irish party if thoy depended upon tho ohalrman dofoud thorn from tho ohicrmory of tho Rngllsh statesman Trlshmor looked to ropro sontatlves in tho House of Gommotis not to ParruUl alone for salvation 1 V OMlrkrn doolared that they had had llltlo leadorshlp from Tjirnoll In recnnt yoars Aftor tho oxposuro resulting from tho divorce suit ho had oomo to the conclu sion that Parnoirs in the lead ership would ho ait Intolerable disgrace Otrlon roproiichod Parnoll for his tho lljuvardon interview Angry rotorts woro nuiclo by famuli who Jonlod lie had said Gladstono was false In conclusion OBrlon said I leave It to you Mr Parnell convince thn Irish people if horiosty of your part in that grave This Is tho wrotihrdostmoment of my life Vnu us to a splondid jHisition have shattered all of Irelands The mooting horo adjourned fnr dinner Tho voto on Nolans amendment was 41 to 2i When after dinner It was finally elicited that Parnclls sotrotary Caiupboll gave Mr Ttiohy of JinirnaL his own opinion that Iavncll would voluntarily Tuohy reiieattnl this In the lobbies o ParJiiimcut sumc tnlk was droppid At tomornuvs mooting of Irish party liiHy will submit a compromise resolu tion It h reported ho will propose that Iarnell rittire Dublin Loyal to tho trailer Pen meeting of tho National League was hold today Tne procoocilugs was stormy Tho names of Healy when mentioned were with groans and hisses Tho Chair man made a violent speech In favor of fiiinell A Protestant moved and a Outho liiJ priest a resolution calling upon Ireland to support Parnoll The resolution was carried with few dissenting votes Nebraska Irishmen Stick to ParnoH Deo a special meeting of the Irish Na tional Loague this evening resolutions of IonfidomHi In farnel where nriopted and cabled to him President Kltzecrald Secretary button of the National Mon still to express any opinion a mooting of tho Executive Oouneil Anstrftlians Against Him SIDNEY Deo Herald prints an In terview showing tho Irish loaders in Australia are in favor of tho retirement ot Parnoll BLOWN FROM A GUN How Murderers Aro Executed in India LONDON Deo Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle bad correspondent of tho Lahore Journal re ports that Thaniirza Abdul Ssimucl Khan governor of Chnpllor 1 was executed by being blown from a gun for murdering Abdul Khan The oxecution took place outside the gate October 7th Intho presence of all tliogarri son of Cabul Tho murder was committed alxiut September 15th after in the village of Khusbpum bas the victim bolng stabbed Jn tbostom by a servant oi the culprit The Torch Applied to a New Hamp shire Town NAKHTTA N Deo THIBWE Dis San Francisco Chronicle Series Tho eltlxenMof Nashua aro alarmed tonight over H scries of incendiary fires A fjro in Bo soms blook this afternoon caused a loss of A second flre occurred In 0 A Lnrburns laundry on Water street doing damago An attempt was made to night by incendiaries to set fire to the post office building a korosone lamp being broken on tho outside anda fire was started at basement of tho onglnehouse while tho flremon were at work outside BoMi fires were discovered In time to prevent miuih loss Laic tonight a fire WHS dlscov tired in the basement of tho First Baptist Church an incendiary having broken tho back windows filled a box with Inflamma ble material and applied tho torch Tho damage was but slight Tho Mayor has In creased tho force of polko and business men will assist in protecting their own property HUNTINGTQN WELL PLEASED HOW UK KKOAHOS TMK WESTERN WAY CHANGKS lfi Thinks They Will AfToct His Union Ijiciiic Em Division Divided A NKW YOIJK Doo Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle his arrival from California 0 P Huntington has boon loath to talk publicly upon many questions now prominent In the railroad world Ho expressed his sympathy with all offprts to Improve tho railroad situation and stated that the conditions h xd been uniav orably exaggerated in many reports reporter submitted several Inquiries to Mr Ihinl inglon who made public his re plies as follows I was entirely satisfied with the changes rriiidu In the Pacific Mail board of directors I was in California when the old board was and also again when tho changes wore made 1 think tho relations of the Mail Steamship Company to tho over land railroads will remain as they have been heretofore as their best interests lie in that I low far woro you Interested with Mr Gould In his securing control of tho manage ment of tho Union Pacific T hardly know how to answer as 1 have but a few thousand shares in Union Pacific If you mean to ask how Mr Goulds control of the Union Paellic alVoetod rny In terests In other roads I should say favora bly as a man of his great ability with his largo holding of shuros of Union Pacific would bo nuioh more likoly to pursue a con servative policy than would bo the case if there wore a multitude of shareholders and tho road woro officered by raon of small or no holdings of shares of tho property they aro And what elTootwIll It have on legislation by Congress on fchePacific Railroad matters As to tho elloct that tho changes in tho ownership of some of the largo properties will have on Congress I must say I do not know But T think It will bo favorable as thoro la quite a different fooling in this country now from what thoro was some yours ago Thou It was generally thought tho transportation companies were making too much money while I think at tho pres ent time it is generally understood what tho rates aro too low and that many share holders aro not getting any dividends who aro sorely In nood of What was tho real moaning of Mr Adamss resignation and tho demands In his farowoll address on this point I cannot say but I saw nothing in Prosl dent Adamss address on his retiring from tho than that he was aware that there had boon a change in the ownership of a largo number of shares of tho TTnloc Pacific Company that tho now owners lived mostly in New York and that thuy would naturally llko to have a New York man for prosidont Honco his resig Do you think tho change In the manage ment of tho Union Pacific will lead to a solution of tho Western railroad problem 1 think it will help to solve tho problem and it will bring tho owners more directly Into tho maiurgomeut than thuy have boon heretofore uiid 1 am quite sure that It will work well with all other transcontinental companies to make iatos that will return something to tho owners of the tho political prospect In Cali fornia as regards United States Senator ship T suppose most pooplo think T ought to be able to answer that question but I am not as I was very busy whllo In California looking aftnr tho Interests of tho Southern Pacific Coivpuny and hart no time or inclina tion to look after political matters I thought our company had had quite too nueh to do with politics heretofore so 1 was at the time making an oflort to got it back to be used for tho purposes for which it was created tho transportation of persons and UNION PACIFIC CHANGES Tlio Pacific Division Hundred More Men Discharged OMAHA Doo to G R CllfT Union Pacific trainmaster at Ogdon has boon appointed chief dispatcher of tho division centering at Pooatollo He bus been succeeded by J T Griffin Tho Union Pacific has divided Its Pacific division Into the Oregon and Washington divisions with A H Crocker superintend ent of tho Oregon division and A 1J oomb superintendent of tho Washington division Mr Holcombs headquarters will bo at Taooina Wash J W Troup has boon maclo superintend ent of water linos with headquarters at Portland G A Cameron superintendent of bridges with headquarters at Pendleton Ovor a hundred more men in the employ of tho Union Pacific will bo thrown out of employment by an order issued from tho headquarters of the road today for a further reduction of tho force These mon aru now employed at tho Council Bluffs transfer yards and tho companys machine shops In this city This will make a total red notion of 200 men A Wealthy Kidnaped HAVANA Doe San Francisco Chronicle An tonio Vento the owner of tho Camarcho estate has boon kidnaped near Batabano thirtyfive miles from this city by bandits When tho authorities learned of Senor Von tos capture troops wore hastily sont in pursuit of tho robbers Forming a Smelters Trust CHICAGO Deo of the principal smelters of the United States met hero today to form a combination to pre vent such wide and rapid fluctuations In prioos as the business bas been subject to Considerable progress was made at meeting in formulating a general plan The conferencecommences tomorrow In a Hurry Foreign friend many hours a day do you work American sometimes sometimes eight sometimes ten Involve or on how much I can get to Foreign Younfo only a slave My mission to this country is to form an organization American cant stop to talk how Imust get around with my deposit the THE THREE GREAT ISSUES Silver the Tariff and the Federal Election Bill THE LEAD ORE TAX TO BE ASSAILED The Reciprocity Forces Are Expected to Join the Pros pects for Free of the Administration Cut No Figure LAKE TRIBTJXB 517 Fourteenth Strcuf WASHINGTON D Dec 2 1890 The three loading questions of the last session the tariff silver and the force bill avo most prognanc with Interest at the opening of the closing sossion of the FLfty Ilrst Congress The Western Senators and members arc more concerned about tho first two than about tho last There is a decided Impression that a strong effort will be inn do at an early day to remove the tariff from argentiferous lead ores Tho Texas and Missouri delegations aro especially anxious and claim a stronger following among the Republicans for free silver lead ores than before thoelection The smelting combine 3s strengthened since the last defeat and claraoirors for more reciprocity aro looked to for material assistance The Republican managers do nob propose to permit any tinkering with tho tariff if it can bopre vented but oven if they felt otherwise tho tlmo is very short for successful action upon measures which would call forth lengthy debate As for silver tho chauoos for further legislation in tho direction of froo coinage aro now hopffltss while tho message of President Harrison Is resented by tho Re publicans from tho silver States the ad ministration oxceroiscs little influence in voto making or vote breaking The over whelming sentiment of the country in favor of free coinage is admitted and has won ovor many waverors of tho last session Congressman Bartino of Nevada tolls mo that he is inclined to bellovo that a free coinage bill limited to Americanproduced silver could gain a hearing at this session Senator Toiler has good hopes that a froe coinage amendment tucked to some bill Hko Shermans Banking got through Congress even with tho short sossion ahead Neither Senator Jones nor Stewart are hero but other leading advocates of silver Insist that the recent elections have made free coinage a certainty of the near future The1 least interesting feature of tho open ing of Congress yesterday was the rending of the message and the most interesting the swearing in of the new Senators from Wyo ming and their drawing for spats The press comments generally upon tho fine presence of tho new additions to the Senate from the virile West When Senator Ourey drow the longer term Warren shook him by tho hand and said You deserve it for long Wyomings Senators are seated together next to those from Montana in the last row of seats on the Republican side MIZNERS FRIENDS SURPRISED NO REASON WHY HE SHOTTED BE KE The California IJopresontafclves Declare That tho nilnifitor Actoil in Accordance trocelorits Already WASHtNGTON Dec Dispatflh Francisco Chronicle sentative IMcTConna of California who Is re garded as Minister Miznors personal friend and champion and who was in reality the moving power in tho Ministers appointment arrived In Washington from tho Pacific Coast just in tirno to hoar tho announcement that his frlond and protnge had been recalled by tho administration from his diplomatic mis sion Ituprgsentative Mclvonna tonight was inclined to be very cautious in talking about fche recall of MinisterMizner Infact showed a decided disinclination to bo in terviewed at all upon the subject It was in a tono which revealed considerable re pressed feeling that he finally said Yes t am surprised at the announce ment of Minister Mixners recall In view of tho statement made upon the floor of the House by Representative Hitt chairman of tho Foreign Affairs Committee Minister Mizners action was in accordance with pre cedents established in our diplomatic re lations with South Arnsrloan Representative Morrow of California who is n member of tho Committee on Foreign Affairs hesitated to discuss the matter for but consented to dictate as follows I was vary much surprised at tho Presidents action in recalling Minister Mizner since the adjournment of Congress tho matter has not to my knowledge been prior to adjournment it hud been discussed in the House It was then understood that Minister Mizners course in the Barrundin ctise was in accord with tho precedents established by his THE ESCAPED DESPERADOES Oao of Them Found With Two Broken Limbs SOMBBSET t Dec TKOMiira Dis David Nicely one of the four prisoners who broke out of tho county jail Saturday night was recaptured this morning and isagain locked up William Peruo a young man residing a mile froni town was all of yesterday and last night aiding in the search Cor the escaped prisoners Ho re turned home before daylight this morning and found Dave Nicely secreted under some bay in his stable with and aria broken Nicely surrendered without trouble He was almost dead from exposuresbeing thlnlye clad and suffering great pain from his in juries escaping he foil from the rope breaking a leg and an arm His com panions carried him to Peruos secreted him and abandoned Ooe Queer the escaping prisoner who fell from tho top of thejailto tho is dying from injuries received One of the pursuers who started out morn ing re turned late tonight with the story that Too IIambersbn have been trnoqd in the mountain just over the Westmoreland county line where they are surrounded Arms ammunition and food had been placed advance by friends and much difficultywill he ex takingthem JSEW YORKS NEW BRIDGE Proposed Location of the Union De Advantage to Traffic NEW YonK Dec Dispatch Francisco Chronicle com missioners of the New York and Now Jersey bridge met this morning to consider the en gineers report The engineers have fixed upon the following location To cross at or near Seventyfirst street curving to the south and running near Eleventh avenue to a pointnear Thirtyeighth the proposed Union Station which would bo bntmdec1 by Broadway Eighth avenue Thirtyseventh and Thirtyninth streets The line would be carried on a viaduct de scending from a htght of 150 feet at tho bndcrc to 05 feet at the station The station would be feet wide by 1300 feet would contain room for twenty tracks The bridge would be wide enough for six tracks two passenger two freight and two rapid transit tracks Secretary Swan said that tho location was a good one and selected with much caro and would be a grand thing for New York The trouble the railroads west of tho Hud sou now had about transporting their freight and passengers would be done away with Tuo bridge will form a connecting link be tween the east west and southern systems Ffo predicted that the bridge would bo a suc cess Responsible builders would construct IT in thirty months Over sixty millions of would erossthe North river and worth of freight and these will right in tho center of Now York saving a delay of hours 2rpur men two oil a niet iri the ihighway yViildron yesterday and fought with knives One across Tom Hammond and son THE DAY IN CONGRESS THE SENATE TAKES UP THE EUBCTIGN KILL Tvro Indian Kesoludous Tho House Considers an International C Tariff Amendments WASHTNOTON Deo tho Senate among the various communications and petitions presented and reCurrod wen numerous petitions for an amendment of the Tariff bill and providing for a rebate on manufactured tobacco The annual report of tho Secretary of the Treasury was presented Also i petition from Nebraska asking for the disarmament of tho Sioux Indians and suggesting that thoy bo deprived of their horses and furn ished witli oxen A number of bills were introduced and re ferred among them one by Daniel to allow a rebate on tobacco and snuff held in stock January 1 JMaudurson offered a resolution agreed to calling on the Secretary for informa tion as to the steps taken for the disarma ment of Indians on the reservations in Ne braska South and North Dakota Mitchell offered a tojn structing tho Committee oh Foreign Eola tions to inquire advisability of the passage of the law survey for a transPacific submarine oat We from some point on the Pacific Coast to the Hawaiian Islands thence by Samoa and Now Zealand to Australia nnd to encourage the forma tion of a company for tho purpose The Senate bill odouating to Clallam county State of Washington for public the proceeds oftho sale cer tain public lands was passed Hoar moved to consideration of the Elec tion bill Agreed to by a strict party vote fortyone to thirty The clerk began read ing and continued till 7 p when unfinished business became the order Hoar moved to proceed with consideration of tho bill Gorman rose to argue against that mo tion but tho point of order was made by Hoar that the motion was not debatable and the prefiding officer Hale deckled in sup port of the point of but said ho would submit the question to determination of the Senate After a prolonged cided by a strict party vote to proceed with consideration of tho election bill The point was raised tho displace ment of the eighthour law by the election measure and a lengthy discussion on parlia jvientary points resulted Finally it was agreed by a strict party vote to proceed with the Flection bill Blair giving notice would at tho earliest opportunity subject to tho Election move that the Senate proceed to consideration of thelabor bill just displaced Tho Clerkresumedreading tho election bill and when it was iiuished the Senate House WASHINGTON Dec the House Har mer presented a petition in favor of an amendment to the McKinley bill allow ing a rebate on broken packages of smoking tobacco and snulT Referred The Speaker laid before the House the Senate bill referring to the Court of Claims a claim of the Chesapeake Female Colloge for property destroyed during the war In tho discussion Wheeler of a recognition proceeded to argue that the omission of section 30 of the Tariff bill enrolled copy rendered tho entire bill a nullity The bill 121 nays 80 Tho Committee on Patents called up tho Copyright bill and the Speaker recognized Simonds to inovean amendment providing that the act shall tro into effect July 1 1SD1 notwithstanding tho effort of Kerr Iowa to secure recognition for a motion to adjourn Simonds demanded the previous question ori tho bill and amendment Kerr moved uu adjournment 82 nays The question recurred on the demand for the previous question on tho Copyright bill pending which a motion by Hopkins to lay the bill on the tablo was lost and motion to adjourn having been voted down the prev ious question was ordered Tho House then adjourned leaving the Dill as unfinished business Tho proposition of the bill is to permit foreigners to take out American copyright on the same basis as American citizens in three cases First when the nation of the foreigner permits copyright to Ameri can citizens on substantially the same basis as its own citizens Second when the nation of the foreigner gives American citizens copyright privi leges similar to those provided for in this bill Third when tho nation of tho foreigner is party international agreement pro viding for reciprocity incopyright by the terms of whichagreement the United States reserves the right to deviate therefrom at its All books copyrighted under the proposed actshall beprinted fromtype set within the United States or from plates made therefrom The Reichstag BERLIN Dec Keichstag reassem bled today The bill providing for the de fense of Heligoland passed the tirst reading SPARKS PKOM THE Tho T6nrd or Appeals of thoAmerican Trot session Glftdstbiies1 rietircment was at a meeting ol Jjiherals V packing hoiisecashier washcld npiln hroad diiyhght at Chicago arid robbed of ti3 of France is dead r ofSeuator died lit Creek T A crisis is reported elslatiirb recommend thiit twelve ancl pu b licanfi be s CiA severe wave iis the V against the Irish Land bill MOMS ANNUAL REPORT He Apparently Believes the Present Silver Law Is Sufficient HEAVY COINAGE FOR THE YEAR THE DISHONEST MILLERS Restriction of Immigration Recom Bill More Geryman dered DistrictsFree Coinage Bills in the Senate WASUINQTON Dec report of Sec rotary of tho Treasury Windom for tho year ending Juup30th last shows Total receipts expenditures These sums aro exclusive of tho postal service The principal items of receipts were Cus toms internal revenue profits on coinage of bullion depos its sales of public laud Tho principal expenditures Civil list pensions military establishments rlvor harbor and arsanals naval establishments 000 miscellaneous including public build jugs light house and collecting revenue interest on public 2S4 Estimates for tho present fiscal year Revenues expenditures Estimates for the year ending June HO 1802 Revenues expendi tures The Secretary recommends the dividing of pension agencies into three groups each making payments quarterly at different pe riods so that the payments shall bo made from tho Treasury each month to avoid an accumulation of pension funds He recom Xoends an Increase of the permanent appro priations for expense of collecting tho cus toms revenue tho payment of fixed salaries for collecting customs a consolidation of customs districts abolishment of oaths to monthly accounts by customs oxnployees a reponl of the laws requiring that bonds be given by individual importers upon entry of merchandise for warehouse revision and a modification of the customs laws The increase of money in circulation Oct 1st Oct was of which was in gold coin in silver dollars in gold certificates and In silver certifi cates The Secretary then comments on tho sil ver legislation of the last session of Con gress and the operations of tho Treasury under it and expresses a belief that the now law will eventually bo generally ap proved Tho coinage during the year was the larcesi in the history of tho country amounting to The mines of the United States yielded during in gold and in silver The esti mated stock of gold and silver in the United States November 1st last was Tho Secretaryreconimends act of May 26th 1882 authorizing an chango of gold bars for gold coin at the mints and at the assay office of New York on the ground that it has facilitated a movement of gold from this country or that tho act be modified to make the exchange discretionary with tho TreasuryDepart ment and allow a charge equal to tho cost of manufacturing bars when intended for export Legislation is also recommended looking to the recolnago of the subsidiary silver coins in the Treasury much ofwhich is uncurrent Referring to the steadyfalling off in the value of merchandise carried in American vessels the Secretary recommends vigorous and oJIlcieut measures in behalf of the rapidly vanishing foreign merchant marine lie renews his recommendations in his report of last year for legislation to that end The Secretary recommends the adoption of the metric system at tho Custom Houses beginningJanuary 1 1895 Further legis lation is recommended to prevent the immi gration to this country of persons unfit for citizenship requiring evidence of character from our consular officers abroad This he considers necessary because of the Increase of undesirable characters of immigration arising from cheap steamer fares Ho says the Department has not relaxed its efforts to secure a strict enforcement of tho Chinese exclusion act Organized attempts have boon made by Chinese laborers to force their way into the United States by way of Mexico British Columbia and Canada These movements have been efficiently met and tho unlawful immigration not only checked but in most instances wholly ar rested Hff says the policy of returning the Chinese to their own country will be con tinued if sufficient appropriation ho made He urges legislation creating now ports of delivery in Alaska He refers briefly to the lease of the Seal Island and the successful operation of civil service in the ITUEE COINAGE BILLS IN THE SENATE The free coinage hill introduced by Sen ator Plumb provides for a unit of unit of value a dollar of 412 grains of standard silver or grains of gold of full legal tender quality Anyholder of bullion is authorized to have it coined or receive cer tificates of deposit for it as provided in tho act of 1S7S and the certificates are to be full legal tender Senator Tellers bill on the same subject differs from the above in that it fixes the weight of the silver dollar at400 grains standard silver and contains no provision in addition to the existing for coinage of bullion received at the minis Williams of Illinois alsointroduced a bill in the House for tho free coinage of silver A RE APPORTION MT5NT BILL In the House today Prank of Missouri introduced for reference a bill making an apportionment under the eleventh It provides that after the 3d of March 1893 tho House of Representatives shall be coni pesed of 356 members as follows The Crooked Ijondon Banker Sup posed to Have Been in America NEW YORK Dec Dispatch Francisco Chronicle trans pired duringa court examination today that Bankers William Wadsworth Miller and his son William Mlllor of the worth less London banking l5rm of J H Field have arrived in this country It is thought they tho country ind toolc a steamer for Australia at San although there is no absolute proof of this The facts wiro brought out in a rather un expected way at the examination of Mrs Cornelia Ar Miller who is charged before Judge Shields with nearly all the stolen cash paid into tho firm Marshal Jacobus very much lamented the factthai it had boiomo known that the Millers wtMO here It will hinder their cap ture Warrants have bcon placed in his hands for their arrest since November last They arrived on steamship Burgoyne from France on October 23rd THE INDIAN GENERATE MILKS SAYS IT ITAS NOT The Hostllos Well Supplisd With Horses and Arms Somo of tilie Dancers Stopped by Cold XVouther WASHINGTON Deo Allies in an interview on the Indian said ho bolioves tho daugor imminent Tlie seriousness of the situation ho said has not been exaggerated The disaffection Is more liable to spread than for yeirs There is a conspiracy of Indians of dilVerent tribes thai have heretofore boon hostile but are now in full sympathy with each other each scattered ovor a largo area of country The causes of tho dIJheulty easy of lo cation Insufficient food supplies religious delusion and tho innate disposition of tho suvago to go to war must bo held responsi ble Gonoral Miles referred to the great neces sity which exists for xnoro cavalry Al he said wo have but about two thousand mounted men wo plenty of infantry but you cannot catch a mounted Indian with white Is it not a novel proceeding for tho In dians to go on the warpath at the beginning of winter queried the reporter Yes in some respects it replied tho General Their argument is good though They are better armed than ever and their sup ply of horses is all that could be dc sifed Every buck has a Winchester ritlo and kuows how to use it These hostileshave been starved into energy and they will prefer to die fight ing rather than starve peaceably I hope the problem may bo solved without blood shed but such a happy ending to tho trouble seems THE SITUATION CRITICAIi FARMERS GET TOGETHER TIio Mional Alliance in Session in Florida THE LEGISLATION THEY DEMAND Free Coinage and Income Tax Among Other and Confederate Veterans Cheer Each of the Negro Branch Buffalo Bill Says if It Were Spring There Would Be War Dec Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Bill who has lust returned from Sitting Bulls camp looks on the situation as criti cal The bucks said they were going to danco all winter or die and if they did die it would bo medicine as they would come to life again in the spring If It was spring there would be war Troops are ar riving daily and getting into position thus giving the unprotected settlers more confi dence If General Miles cant handle this question uo other man need try At Chicago Headquarters CHICAGO Dec arrny headquarters this morning orders were given all em ployees to remain at theirodesks unless special is granted There are im telegrams from the Indian country General Williams re fused to divulge the contents until Gen eraiMiless arrival from Washington Tho situation is regarded as critical General Brooke telegraphs A number of Rosebud Indians with some from Pine Eidge agency and some from Lower Brule and Standing Kock agencies to tho number of IJOOO have gathered on White river above tho mouth and are Snow Stops the Ghost Dances Dec were received to day from the commandants at Fort Sully and Fort Bennett stating that the Indian frontier so far ns that country is concerned Is perfectly safe officer returned from a personal visit to Humps and Big Foots on Cherry crook and states the cold weather and snow have driven the Indians in from the ghost dances Thoy advise that all settlers procure rifles and plenty of am munition this winter because the danger of an outbreak in the spring is great Alabama Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Georgia Idaho Illinois Indiana Kansas Kentucky M 13 11 Nebraska New lsTew JSew North North Dakota PonnKylvania Rhode South South Dakota 1 0 1 o 8 9 1 2 2 Massachusetts 13 Washington Minnesota 7 West 7 Missouri Whenever a State admitted the Representative or Representatives assigned itshall be in addition to the number of 356 In each membership under this Apportionment the number such Statoshallbe entitled ths Fifty third and each subsequent Congress shall be by districtscomposed of territory adjoining and compact so that thefdistancelroni the central part ofthe district to the the district Dearly equal vacancy v of MaybfiPecktathr The Sixth Ordered Out DENVER Dec telegram to the Asso ciated Press from Fort Wingate via Cool edge N says A dispatch Is received toy General Barr from tho War Department directing the Sixth cavalry to proceed with the least prncticable delay to Fort Meadc S D Preparations for a start commenced at once and con tin ued throughout the night The regiment has had fifteen years exper ience in Arizona and New Mexico against the Indians Quieted by the Cold PiisT AGENCr Dec snowandcpld weather quited everything today Thero will be a special Issue of tomorrow to the friendlies It is reported that there is a division of opinion among the hostiles that some want to conn into the agency Eight lodges of Liulo Wounds people returnedtoday Have Plenty of Food WASHINGTON Dec 2 Acting Indian Commissioner Bell today received a letter from Special Census Agent Lee at Pino KIdgeagency saying there is no suffering the Indians for want of food He asserts that the present trouble is not due to PURITANISM IN GERMANY OCALA Florida Dec National Formers Alliance und Industrial Union met at noon President Polk delivered the annual address which congratulated tho alliance on tho achievements since tho last mooting reviewed tho causes of the agricul tural depression and declared this depres sion an anomaly to tho student in industrial progress A retrogression In American agricul ho said means National tl2cay and powerful and promising as la this young grand llopuhilo yet its power find glory touch not the degradation of tho American Tho harm Incident to money power and tho upbuilding ot monop olies wore then pointed out Among his recommendatlons was ono that an organiza tion bo formed to ho known as tho National Legislature composed of tho national pres ident and presidents of all tho State Al liances to look closely tho loglalatirc reform demanded by tho Alliance both in State Legislatures and Congress In his remarks upon tho pioposed national legislative council President Polk said an organization of this kind would a power which would enforce tho respect of any legislative body to which it might appeal Touching upon tho political action of tho Alliance President Polk said The wholo of our organization is political it cannot bo partisan or sectional In its action In sup port of this declaration wo proudly point to our whole past record and to the recent popular Outlining the futuro financial policy of Alliance President Polk said it Xvould de mand tho restoration of silver to all the rights and qualities of logol tender which gold possesses the issue of Government our rcncy direct to the people equalization of taxts prohibition of alien ownership of land ownership and control of trans portation of linos by the Government limit of public revenues to an economical administration of Government a graduated taxation of Incomes and election of United States Senators by vote of the people SECTIONAL MXKS OBMTERAIHD President Loucks of Dakota Alliance made a short address speaking ing considerably upon the breaking of tlonal linos An old Union soldier from Indiana morod that all soldiers in tho hall who endowed those sentiments rise Forty or fifty stood up amid the wildest enthusiasm Thonan oxsoldicr from Wisconsin called upon all Union mouto give three cheers for tho old Confederates in tho They were given with a will after tho Confeder ates riturned tho compliment in a manner that left no doubt as to the genuineness of their feeling EDITOR MTACONES CONDUCT Expressions of dissatisfaction are heard with tho conduct of Dr Ma cone editor of the National Economist in taking part in the recent Senatorial fight in Georgia It is also charged that he has vio lated the policy of the Alliance In els advo cacy of tho Conger Lard bill and opposition to the Paddock Pure Food bill and in sev eral other ways This matter will come up for consideration In a day or two anfl will likely cause considerable debate The first business session was opened to night and from now on all sessions will secret The annualmeeting of the National Col ored Farmers Alliance will be hold tomor row The organization embraces twenty two States and has a membership of over a million One of its chief objects is to divida the negroes politically which of course moans the taking of a largo number of them into the voting ranks of the Democratic party THE IDAHO SENATORSHIP MEMBERS OF THE fEGISLATUKE BE TO ARRIVE A Fell cine to Dlvldo tlto Slionp Dubois Feeling in North Shall Lawn Tennis Be Played in Public Places The English papers relate that the small citv of Trier has been the scene of a hot dispute recently as to the propriety of lawn tennis foryoung German women The de batesthat the good society of the coniinuhity held in the City Council concerninga petition of the young women that they bo allowed to stretch their nets in the park The granting of the petition was opposed bythe ctergy in a body ia the final discussion were represented by At torney It is bad con cluded the lawyer that the young women of the poriodwear pointed and highheeled boots skate undmake a practice ot many other egual ty improper arnijse ments LaNyn tennis hbvroyer is much more 1 reeanclsli ameless th au any ofthem The playing women should be for Inplaces tipectators v might gather I The City Councilors Who believed In lawn tcpnis and the preach Trlerwoulrbe compelled by w to tennisintlio park even if the pett tion should only restwnded do or emancipated Atiiericansi strpugniinded or BOISE CITY Idaho Dec Special to The members of tho Legislature are beginning to arrive Captain Delabiar came yesterday W J McConuoll yesterday and Dubois is expected tonight Tbo rumors on the street that Delamar would bo sprung as a dark horse senatorial candidate circulated by the opponents of Dubois and Slioup arc without foundation Delamai has openly said that ho favored Dubois and Shoup and ho islxjO bright not to see this is a scheme toxhvide the forces of those gentlemen George A Manning 01 Po st Falls Idaho Worlds Fair Commissioner from this State arrived today He will remain during tho session of tho Legislature and will ask for an appropriation of to put Idaho In shape before the Worlds Fair Interviewed tonight as to the feeling ia North Senatorial matters Manning said that section was almost unanimous for for Senator that the campaign waa run on tho assumption thatbe would be a Senator as he was entitled to it that all the nojrth asked for was the Representative people in general up north did not regard the resolution to give them a Senator a9 binding They would be perfectly satisfied Dubois and Shoup and would throw up their hats if they weroelected As to the allegations a Senator from North Idaho would the Republican party in north said th at the Republicans up there made of that kind of material T were glad to get the Representative j would be delighted if they could have a Governor in the person of loy His section could not In reason mbrft If both Senators were elected tromi South Idaho it would cut no figure party and would not change aoMO Manning is a Stalwart representativo Northern MARBIE1 R A Great JT all along the not been lu msnjr wore today that a wealthy widowot
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